NEF Law College established in 2006, is one of the finest centers for the promotion of Legal Education in the entire North-Eastern region. The College is recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) under section 2(f) of UGC Act, 1956 and is a Minority Educational Institute u/s 2(g) of NCMEI Act, 2004.
About the Moot
Mooting is one of the most integral part of a law student’s academia. The moot court provides a replica of a courtroom, where a student obtains the opportunity to work on their legal knowledge, enhance their ability of legal research along with developing their communication and presentation skills.
NEF Law College, through this competition, ought to serve a platform to the budding lawyers in order to express their thoughts and share their intellects in the field of Family Law and its diverging interpretations. We at NEF believe that growth and learning should never halt amidst the crisis that the world is facing. Hence, this competition is an opportunity for the aspirers to dedicate their time and effort for achieving endeavours.
All recognized Law schools, Universities and Institutions in India with 5 years and 3 years LLB courses shall be eligible to participate.
One team per Institution will be allowed to participate.
Note: The language of the competition will be English.
Team Size and Information
Each participating team shall comprise a minimum of two (2) members and maximum of three (3), wherein two (2) members, shall be designated as Speakers and one (1) member as Researcher (optional).
The substitution of any Team Member is not allowed except with the permission of the organizers.
No team shall contradict the composition mentioned above. No faculty member, coach, or a designated observer will be allowed to join the chat room during the session.
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